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27 April, 2015 Niedzica 3
A day out on the motorbike! What a lovely setting and beautiful weather too. We set off with a definite mission – to solve the fittings for the gas bottle. We did however choose scenic routes which took us over the mountains and through villages.
Eventually we ended up in Nowy Targ. Dave lost himself in Castorama to solve problems. Lucky for me, right next door was "Alma" – a very upmarket supermarket ...
... a while each time we set up camp.
Domestic chores out of the way we headed off on our bicycles. Horror! After 6 years in the relatively flat north Poland, we discover Hills! I feel like a kid who’s just had the fairy wheels removed, as I make friends with my new Big Bike. It’s got 28” wheels and I feel it’s very big after the chunky mountain bike. (I was so sad to see that go to its new owner. There ...
... assurances from the store that we had all the connectors required, it turns out that the multipack doesn’t have the one we need. We discovered this a day later and 4 hours from the point of purchase. The EU has achieved many great things but standardised gas fittings, is not one.
The final stage of the drive from Łódż to Niedzica was a real lift. The afternoon was crispy clear. The road ...
... car. Postholing through snow was not necessarily something for which we’d packed. The back hatch of the car was open while we rifled through our luggage looking for dry socks. To my good fortune, I had started the trip with a new pair of Merrill boots, and had the driest feet of the bunch. I therefore resumed my place behind the wheel and started the car prematurely. I knew punching the start button on this ultra-new Citroen was premature because I heard ...
Roznow, a little village located in southern Poland home to Pete's dziadek, ciocia, wujek and the very friendly black lab Kira which happened to be in heat during our visit hence the very friendly. A place where Pete remembers spending many summers frolicking through the cornfields and valleys of this small and quaint village.
We spent a week taking in the fresh fall air and mostly relaxing in his grandfather's ...